Whether you’re looking to spend a few days enjoying all the fun things to do in Copenhagen, or you’ve got a week or two to explore the castles, waterways, food, and fun of Denmark, we’ve got you covered. 

See the Crown Jewels at Rosenborg Castle

For lovers of all things royal, head to Rosenborg Castle where you can see the tightly guarded Crown Jewels of the Danish Kings and Queens. With royal works of art and regalia going back 400 years, there’s plenty to keep you occupied for a couple of hours. 

Enjoy the Grandeur of Frederiksborg Castle, Hillerød

The grandeur and the beauty of the castle and its gardens aren’t easily matched. The largest Renaissance castle in the Nordic region, Frederiksborg was built to amplify Christian IV’s status as a powerful monarch in Europe. He achieved that in my eyes. 

Go Underground at Kronborg Castle, Helsingør

With spooky underground passages, magnificent ballrooms and fascinating history, the Royal castle of Kronborg at Helsingør, is an extraordinary place to visit. 

Learn at the Viking Ship Museum, Roskilde

Head to the beautiful town of Roskilde (famous for the Roskilde Festival) and spend a few hours at the Viking Ship Museum. Here you’ll witness five original Viking ships and imagine what voyages they’ve been on. 

Play at Legoland Denmark

One of the things Denmark is most famous for is Lego, so if you have a Lego lover in your family, then spending a day or two at the original Legoland theme park is a must. 

Appreciate the Natural Beauty of Møns Klint

Take a walk down the sturdy stairs to the beach 128 metres below, where you can search for fossils and take in the awe-inspiring sight of six kilometres of chalk cliffs on the edge of the Baltic Sea.